The Complete List of Stephen King Books in Order

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The Complete List of Stephen King Books in Order. Photo DiksiaDead Good Books
The Complete List of Stephen King Books in Order. Photo DiksiaDead Good Books

DIKSIA.COM - If you're a fan of horror and , chances are you've heard of . With a career spanning several decades, King has become a master of crafting chilling tales that captivate readers around the world.

Whether you're new to his work or a seasoned fan, it's always helpful to have a comprehensive list of his books in order. In this article, we present the complete list of 's novels, ensuring you never miss a spine-tingling story.

Who is Stephen King?

Stephen King is a name synonymous with . His vivid imagination and mastery of storytelling have made him one of the most prolific and influential authors of our time. From terrifying monsters to , King has a knack for gripping readers and taking them on unforgettable journeys.

To fully appreciate King's immense body of work, it's important to explore his novels in the order they were published. Here is the complete list of , from his earliest works to his latest releases:

Stephen King, the master of horror and , has enthralled readers around the world with his captivating storytelling for decades. With a prolific career spanning over 50 years, King has penned numerous bestsellers that have become iconic in the realm of literature.

In this article, we present you with the complete list of in order, taking you on an unforgettable journey through his extraordinary imagination.

Here is a complete list of Stephen King's books in order of publication:

  1. Carrie (1974): King's debut novel introduces us to the telekinetic outcast, Carrie White, whose prom night turns into a blood-soaked nightmare.
  2. ‘Salem's Lot (1975): Set in the eerie town of Jerusalem's Lot, this vampire tale follows writer Ben Mears as he battles the forces of darkness.
  3. The Shining (1977): The Overlook Hotel becomes a haunting backdrop for the Torrance family's descent into madness, revealing supernatural secrets.
  4. The Stand (1978): A post-apocalyptic epic unfolds after a devastating plague wipes out most of humanity, pitting good against evil in a battle for survival.
  5. The Dead Zone (1979): After waking up from a coma, Johnny Smith discovers he possesses the ability to see the future by touching people and objects.
  6. Firestarter (1980): This thrilling novel tells the story of Charlie McGee, a young girl with pyrokinetic powers pursued by a secret government agency.
  7. Cujo (1981): In the town of Castle Rock, a once-friendly Saint Bernard turns into a ferocious killer, terrorizing a mother and her son trapped in a broken-down car.
  8. Christine (1983): A possessed vintage car named Christine wreaks havoc on the lives of its owners and those who dare to stand in its way.
  9. Pet Sematary (1983): Dr. Louis Creed discovers a burial ground with the power to resurrect the dead, but at a horrifying cost.
  10. It (1986): Pennywise the Dancing Clown torments the town of Derry, Maine, as a group of childhood friends reunite to face their deepest fears.
  11. The Tommyknockers (1987): The arrival of an alien spacecraft in Haven, Maine, triggers strange occurrences and transformations among the townspeople.
  12. Misery (1987): Famed author Paul Sheldon finds himself at the mercy of his self-proclaimed “number one fan,” Annie Wilkes, after a car accident.
  13. The Dark Half (1989): Thad Beaumont, a successful author, battles with the evil pseudonym he created, which comes to life and seeks revenge.
  14. Needful Things (1991): In the seemingly idyllic town of Castle Rock, a new shop opens, fulfilling the residents' deepest desires but at a sinister price.
  15. Gerald's Game (1992): Jessie Burlingame finds herself handcuffed to a bed in an isolated cabin, fighting to survive both physically and mentally.
  16. Dolores Claiborne (1992): Dolores Claiborne confesses to a murder, but there's more to her story as she reveals the abuse she endured and the secrets she holds.
  17. Insomnia (1994): Ralph Roberts battles sleeplessness and becomes embroiled in a supernatural conflict between good and evil.
  18. Rose Madder (1995): Escaping an abusive marriage, Rose Daniels discovers a painting that draws her into a surreal and dangerous world.
  19. The Green Mile (1996): Set on death row at Cold Mountain Penitentiary, this serialized novel explores miracles, injustice, and redemption.
  20. Desperation (1996): Travelers passing through the Nevada desert encounter an evil presence in the form of Sheriff Collie Entragian.

This list represents only a fraction of Stephen King's extensive bibliography. Each book takes readers on a unique and captivating journey, filled with thrills, chills, and thought-provoking narratives.